Las dimensiones de capital social entre emprendedores incubados

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Saulo Bravo García
Sergio Ezequiel Quijano Quijano

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El presente artículo muestra aportes de importantes investigadores en el tema del capital social como soporte de la sostenibilidad empresarial y el aporte que se genera a partir de la realización de un estudio de caso (descriptivo), en el cual se toma como base una muestra representativa de empresas presentes en la Fundación Parque de Desarrollo Tecnológico (Parquesoft), en Colombia, para contrastar los enfoques teóricos, cuyas conclusiones demuestran una leve presencia de capital social en el ejercicio de los emprendedores incubados. 

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